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March 15, 2021
Cold War Nostalgia Fuels a Dangerous New Anti-China Consensus
It is folly to use China as a bogeyman to help unite America and revive NATO.
February 10, 2021
The American Example Is Shakier Than Ever
Joe Biden claims that “multilateralism is back.” But can the rest of the world trust us?
January 29, 2021
American Hegemony Is Ending With a Whimper, Not a Bang
Donald Trump’s isolationist policies have damaged America’s global standing in ways that may prove difficult to reverse.
June 2, 2020
5 Ways to Rebuild Labor and Transform America
The economic fallout from Covid-19 has created an opening for unions to lead a mass movement.
Bill Fletcher Jr.
May 20, 2020
The Lunacy of Global Seafood Supply Chains
Scenes from a pandemic: 8
Jennifer C. Berkshire
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April 8, 2020
China Is Going to Be a Republican Wedge Issue
While Trump is already using China as a scapegoat for his failures on Covid-19, progressives have their own reasons to push for a new foreign policy.
March 3, 2020
What Does Hollywood Lose When It Works With China?
They may fight over censorship and trade, but the biggest players all want the same thing: movies that make as much money as possible.
January 24, 2020
This Lunar New Year, Demand Solidarity
As tension with China continues to mount, it’s time for Chinese Americans to become a more powerful force for progressive change.
January 15, 2020
Bernie Sanders Won’t Play Your Game
Instead of accepting Trump’s trade deal and compromises on saving the planet, Sanders said in Tuesday’s debate, “We need some corporate responsibility here.”
December 31, 2019
The Global Garbage Economy Begins (and Ends) in This Senegalese Dump
How Dakar’s trash depot became a battleground for Chinese industry, the World Bank, and Senegalese organized labor.
Katie Jane Fernelius